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      Basic Marina Information:

      Phone: (386) 523-3100
      Website: http://suntexdaytonabeach.com/
      Statute Mile: 830
      Lat/Lon: Near 29°13.591 N / 81°01.290 W
      Location: lies off the western banks of the ICW/Halifax River, south of marker #32
      Depths: 3 ft.
      Address: 721 Ballough Rd
      Daytona Beach,  FL   32114


      Service Details:

      Transient Dockage:Available.
      Transient Dockage Rate:$2.25 per foot per night
      Type of dockage:fixed wooden slips and face docks
      Live Aboards Allowed:no
      Total number of slips/berths:85
      Dockside Power Connections:30/50 amp power hookups available
      30/50 Amp Notes:$6.00/per night - 30 amp hookup, $9.50/per night - 50 amp hookup
      Dock. Fresh Water Connections:Available.
      Showers:Available. Climate Controlled
      Laundromat:Available.
      Swimming Pool:Available.
      Restaurant:one on-site and several others nearby
      Restaurant Recommendations:Caribbean Jacks (on-site, 386-523-3000)
      Provisioning Possibilities:2 convenience stores within walking distance
      LPG (Propane) Availability:Available. Take taxi to Daytona Gas & Grille (386) 255-7705 for LPG tank refill 2 miles away
      Waste pump-out:Available.
      Wi-Fi Internet Access:Free WiFi Available
      Fuel Availability:No Fuel Available


      Reviews from Cruisers (4)

      1. max miller -  April 7, 2012 - 9:51 am

        We recently stayed at Loggerhead. The finger piers are long enough for us to take our 32 footer bow-in and still be able to step off the boat from the cockpit area. The 30 amp was available but ours was in use by our neighbor who plugged into his and ours too. They had no 50-30 adapters but we managed to stretch our cord to a vacant slip nearby.

        The restaurant is lively and the burger was good. The pool and hot tub are suppossed to close at dusk but the dockmaster admitted that the evening guard might turn a blind eye (or be sleeping in his truck)

        We walked to a Sunoco station where we could buy some sundry items. I couldn’t find another convenience store and the locals didn’t know of any other nearby either.

        There are no other restaurants or shopping areas nearby. On our last visit to Daytona, we stayed at Halifax where we had more stores to visit.

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      2. Claiborne -  March 24, 2011 - 11:28 am

        Don’t want to start a whole big thing again, but…. We are at Halifax Harbor Marina, yesterday we took our Whaler over to Loggerhead just south of Marker 32 and had lunch at Caribbean Jack’s. After lunch I went in to the office and spoke to the Dockmaster. I inquired about the live aboard situation. I told her we had called several Loggerhead Marinas on our trip south and none would accept live aboards. She told me that each Loggerhead Marina is a separate entity a few do allow live aboards but most do not. They do here in Daytona. They charge a $50 per month live aboard fee, $65 a month for 30 amp and $85 a month for 50 amp. $8 per foot for boats up to 46 feet and $9.50 for boats over 46 feet. Those are their annual fees. If you just want to stay seasonal (min of 5 months) it is the same for electric and live aboard fee but the rate is $9.50 up to 46 and $11.00 for over 46 feet. They have a small swimming pool and you get 10% off at Caribbean Jacks restaurant. I did not inspect the laundry or bath houses, but the place looked very well kept. Dockmaster also told me that if you decide to visit another Loggerhead while at their marina, like further south, for a week or two, they pay the dock fee and
        you just pay your electric. Oh yeah, they provide cable and of course water. Wifi you would have to pay for separate. So that is the scoop from
        Daytona Beach.
        Judy Klawe

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      3. Claiborne -  May 10, 2010 - 10:58 am

        The charge for electricity was not optional. I tried to waive the service, exorbitant, for us at $7.50 to no avail. Our metered electricity usage is $.30/day. We have an icebox and no air conditioning or other heavy power draws. The excuse marinas are using these days for charging for a service you choose not to use is that it is not just for electricity but is a general “service” charge for water, swimming pool, cruiser’s lounge, wi-fi access (only available in the lounge here), showers, etc. – what you thought was included in dockage, especially at marinas with high-end rates – and generally not used by us when in transit.
        It would be useful to note in the general description section whether the electricity charge is mandatory. We chose Loggerhead because it worked out to be cheaper for us than the nearby municipal marina, now run by Skipper Bud’s, which has a 30-foot minimum. It used to be simple knowing what it will cost to stay at a marina – multiply the length of your boat by the per foot rate. Now, marina rates seem to be drawn up by corporation lawyers focused on maximizing profits. No wonder folks want to anchor out whenever possible.
        Fair winds and following seas,
        Austin Whitten
        S/Y “Discovery II”, Vancouver 27

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      4. Claiborne -  April 5, 2010 - 2:25 pm

        We also stayed a Loggerhead marina at Daytona (3/27-29/10). The docks were right on the ICW and so were subject to wakes and fetch, but easy to access and city lights were a pretty view from the cockpit. Staff was excellent and facilities were clean and in good condition (lounge, wireless, laundry). On-site Caribbean Jack’s restaurant was good and not too expensive. Pool and hot tub were well-maintained, uncrowded.
        Dan/Jay Lunsford

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